One of three matching tri-fives, this incredible '56 was considered the "driver," and "the fun car," labels that only makes sense when compared to the Best of Show winners from 1955 http://www.artandspeed.com/vehicles/182/1955-chevrolet-bel-air and 1957 http://www.artandspeed.com/vehicles/172/1957-chevrolet-bel-air. No slouch, this car is a fantastic specimen in its own right.
All three cars were painted the same single color, throwing off those who can usually quickly identify a Bel Air by the two-tone color scheme. Make no mistake, however, these cars are true Bel Airs, though with some modifications and improvements. In the case of this car, the modifications are mild, but allow for the wild-case in point-plumbing for nitrous that was never hooked up.
Read below to learn more about the details of this car. You could sure do worse for a fun driver, and might not do much better.
Call Art & Speed today to make this beauty your very own. Financing http://artandspeed.com/finance available!
Turbo 400 3 Speed Automatic Transmission
Demon 4 Barrel Carburetor
Aluminum Radiator with Chrome Overflow Reservoir
Braided Steel Hoses
Polished Brackets for Alternator, Power Steering, A/C
Polished Chrome Air Cleaner Cover
Plumbed for Nitrous
Painted Battery Box
Power Brakes - Front Discs, Rear Drums
215/70R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A Front Tires
235/70R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A Rear Tires
American Racing Torq Thrust 15" Chrome Wheels
Painted Master Cylinder
Full Stainless Dual Exhaust
Matador Red Finish - Gleams Like a Mirror
Emblems in Great Condition
Lenses in Great Condition
Glass in Great Condition
Tan Cloth Interior
Smaller Diameter Factory Style Steering Wheel
Aftermarket Gauges by Classic Instruments